This bridge is a late example of a riveted cantilever through truss. Typical of such bridges from the 1960s, the bridge has riveted built-up beams but these lack v-lacing and lattice. The cantilever truss spans consists of 216 foot anchor spans and a main span of 378 feet which includes a 216 foot suspended span. Two steel stringer approach spans are present at each end of the bridge. The bridge retains original pipe railings.
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Above: These historical photos show the previous bridge, which was next to the location of the current bridge. These photos were taken around the time the current bridge was completed.
Above: These historical photos show the previous bridge with the current bridge shown completed (or nearly completed) nearby. These photos were taken around the time the current bridge was completed.
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